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evening, everybody. the fbi has announced an investigation into possible chinese espionage carried out within the walls of nasa. a chinese national arrested saturday by u.s. soil with a 01-white plane ticket to china in possession of potentially highly classified military secrets and space technology. nasa contractor was apprehended at dulles airport carrying several data storage devices including hard drives, flash strives to and computers that investigators say contained highly sensitive information. under investigation tonight for a substantive violation of the arms export control act. congressman frank wolf of virginia chairs the house appropriations subcommittee that is responsible for the funding of nasa. congressman will holding a press conference today to inform the public of the security breach. >> i'm particularly concerned that this information may pertain to the source code for high-technology imaging technology that he had been working on with nasa. this information could have significant applications for the chinese people's liberation army lou: congressman wolf also note
-mails to fbi agents. prosecutors threatened them. then nail the. why they waited so long, maybe he was not front burner. maybe they tried to turn them. you never know. could have been that there was a last chance the the given to turn evidence, maybe not against his brother. he said no and they just charged him. a lot that needs to be fleshed out, but i will tell you, the fascinating thing and why this is a story, there would now probably be a raj rajaratnam case is bigger as it was without them looking at is -- i believe it is little brother, and clearly not a successful brrther . but, you know, doing some of what they believe is some of the same stuff. began 2007 and six years later. they don't go away. cheryl: by your book? >> of tell you. cheryl: said think you'll get a kick free copy. >> reporter: but my book does not. let's try to show is of the common elements. i'm going to write a lot. is it a white whale pursued? is it -- should they be wasting their time? mean and not saying it's a good thing, but there are worse things in the world to my believe. that doesn't take away f
this is the largest insider-trading settlement with the securities. the justice apartment in the fbi still investigating trading of other stocks. one of the world's most successful hedge fund managers generating an average annual return of 25 percent over the past two decades. a federal court delivering another blow to obamacare ruling that the founder of domino's pizza does not have to offer contraception coverage to his employees as mandated by obamacare. the founder, roman catholic disagrees with contraception on religious grounds and has sold the company several years ago, this ruling granting him a preliminary injunction affecting -- injunction affecting his current business. the issue is expected to end up before the supreme court, as you might expect. it is a good week for jesus. a new pope and now this. the latest nielsen ratings showed that the tv miniseries the bible is a huge hit. sunday night's telecast on the history channel through almost 11 million viewers, more than anything broadcast on nbc for the entire week. 13 million viewers also tune in to see the bible in its inaugu
it the same way. >> even honduras said it didn't matter. >> 7:30 in the morning. f.b.i., irs, six vans, customers about 13 of them on my deck, all with guns. >> that was just the beginning of his nightmare. >> you were sentenced to? >> eight years, would month. >> eight years and a month, maybe he was a repeat offender. >> any trouble before this? >> worst thing was a speeding ticket. >> he served six years in jail. >> what happened to your business? >> i went broke. >> what happened to the family? >> broke up. my kids are back home with their mother. that is the story. >> how do attorney generals they are not evil people. they want to make a name for themselves. they don't want to hurt people that didn't do nasty things wnruq are a lot of fanatics. >> prosecutors have noticed, other prosecutors like eliot spitzer, richard blumenthal, want impressive conviction records. >> all these regulations, they will comb the books and find something. >> this could happen to you. they can take any law they think you broke and take you to trial. whether you win or le you are going to lose because b
if the next time the hackers are not detected and the wrong guy is elected. former fbi director said it is an easy leap from banks to ballots. all i know, steven, i am hearing a lot more deserting cases -- diserting cases, i don't think this is a huge move from messing up our bank statement to our ballots, how real a threat is this? >> i'm so glad you are bringing this story to your listening audience, it is amazing. if you a voter, not a voter, this how real it is, we have a case we're finding out today, that in florida over primary season in august. hackers tried to cast ballots they were looking for information on 2500 voters, 2500. keep in mind 2000 elect of decided by under 600. >> right. >> this could be a test. and when you look at -- we keep doing this, we keep taking technologies, and bringing home areas of our daily life before the second has been tested. as americans we hold the right to vote sacred, we should, what happens here, a vindor not even tate commission -- a vendor, not even a state commission finds out someone is trying to break in to cast ballots on behalf of
by 30%. right now the fbi has stockton on is ten most dangerous city -- city's list. the third highest illiteracy rate in the nation. also of the dead go way. >> ultimately their core will say if you need to negotiate in a stronger position with the folks holding the majority of the debt right now. beckham last year believe they had a $37 million deficit in the city of 166 million. sitting there saying, you owe us $30 million per year. lighter nighter going back to pay. tried twice in the last year the charter renegotiate. the first time they tell them, and this is what is a believable. they did not qualify for hardship. i don't know what that means of the folks. what to they have to do, be under steep -- under siege by north korea? and then on top of that they give them the excuse that legally there's nothing we can do because our contract says are obligated to pay us so that we compare pensioners. gerri: thank you for coming on. appreciate your time. we will continue to paula. i hope you will come back. >> i would love to. thank you. gerri: are you underestimating your retirement nee
hard drives because the forensic guys at the fbi have already been through checking all of this stuff out. that is an awful lot of money, 200 lan dollars gone from investors. >> it is shocking for everybody. jeff: i want to take you into his office around the corner here, follow me if you would. he seemed like a great guy to you. >> yes, he had a very successful company. jeff: thought it was successful. this is the desk, a beautiful desk. currently if you go online, the bid for this is $160. >> that is the latest, yes. jeff: hard to believe. these are polished brass. that is polished brass. certainly all the trappings of success. >> very much so, the office is just three years old. everything he did was top of the line, we all assumed we were making the money. jeff: it is amazing what you can do with other people's money. the falcons were big. you can buy the falcon now the latest bid on that one is $35, go online. the piece of chicago criminal history for you. david: it is easy to spend other peoples money and waste it. thank you. lauren: jcpenney says they have brands we love, but i
they reached out to the fbi and sec to develop better client systems. this business is not dead. actually being billed now, kind of interesting, if you want compliance, if you want, if you're worried about your hedge fund manager basically going out there and trading on inside information the expert network might be a good place to prevent it. what we do is create an audit trail, everything we do, we charge you by the hour. it gets written down. so essentially if you want to know what your guy is doing, we can make sure you know that. that is the way they're approaching it. that is why gerson's business is you are is viiving from what i understand. melissa: you see the definition that popped up underneath you what expert network. it was very cool? >> what did it say. melissa: translator. research firms set up to provide hard to acquire information on other companies or industries. i like that. >> yeah. that's essentially it. by the way what is interesting about this story is that hedge fund are still using them. from what i understand, sac is still using them even though it's involved in this m
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